International Relations – European Studies
Do you want to become an expert in international relations and you are interested in a career in diplomacy, government and European organisations, media or the non-governmental sector? Come to study International Relations with the European Studies specialisation. The programme focuses not only on international relations on the general level but also on major European countries and regions. The courses are taught in English by both Czech and foreign academics and experts.
Why should you study this programme?
Gain knowledge of contemporary international and European politics and conflicts
Gain practical knowledge and skills in the field of diplomacy
Build a network of contacts with experts from international, European and government institutions
Get an opportunity to participate in traineeships abroad
Participate in workshops with international experts
Gain knowledge of law, economics, history and other humanities
What you will study
- 1st semester
- 2nd semester
- 3rd semester
- 4th semester
- 5th semester
- 6th semester
Who will teach you
The tuition of this study programme is provided mainly by the experts from the Department of International Relations and European Studies and International Relations and European Studies (MVES).
Where can you work after graduating?
- Governmental and non-governmental institutions and organisations
- International and European institutions
- State administration
- Media, diplomacy
- Non-profit sector
- Private companies
Study programme: International Relations
Specialisation: European Studies
Form of study: full-time
Standard length of study: 3 years
Language of instruction: English
Place of instruction: Prague
- Assistant to the Ambassador
- PR of political campaigns
Students may acquire:
Certificate of Iberoamerican Studies
Certificate in Asian Language (Chinese, Japanese)
Tel.: +420 274 815 044
ENTRANCE EXAMINATION TEST IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
The required level of language skills according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages is B2.
MOTIVATION INTERVIEW FOCUSING ON CURRENT ISSUES IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND EUROPEAN STUDIES
Applicants may also prove their knowledge of English by providing the university with a legally attested (certified/notarised) copy of one of the following documents:
- internationally recognised certificate in English (e.g. TOEFL, IELTS, FCE, CAE, CPE) not older than two years
- English state language examination diploma
- certificate of a successfully completed secondary or university education instructed in English
Completed secondary education - legally attested (certified/notarised) copy of high-school diploma or its equivalent in case of education completed abroad; applicants who completed their secondary education at schools that are not accredited by the Ministry of Education, Youth, and Sports of the Czech Republic must also provide a document verifying official recognition of their school-leaving certificate/diploma by the Ministry of Education, Youth, and Sports of the Czech Republic, i.e. "nostrification".